subdural hematoma


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subdural hematoma

[səb′du̇r·əl ‚hē·mə′tō·mə]
(medicine)
A mass of blood between the arachnoid and the dura mater.
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It can, however, add important diagnostic information that is difficult to demonstrate with CT.[9] For example, MRI appears to be better at detecting small collections of subdural hematoma, particularly over the convex surface of the brain, due to the absence of bone artifact and the ability to image in the axial, sagittal and coronal planes .[24, 26, 28]
KEYWORDS: Chronic subdural hematoma, Recurrence, Radiological factors.
Comparison of irrigation versus no irrigation during burr hole evacuation of chronic subdural hematoma. J Neurolog Surg Part A: Central Eur Neurosurg.
Subdural hematoma associated with immune thrombocytopenic purpura in two different clinical settings.
In literature, it has been suggested that the examination findings of the patient are a very important factor while the decision of the surgical treatment of the subdural hematoma is made.
The terms "spinal subdural hematoma", "spontaneous spinal subdural hematoma" and "acute spinal subdural hematoma" were used.
Garton, "Blunt prenatal trauma resulting in fetal epidural or subdural hematoma: case report and systematic review of the literature," Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, vol.
Delayed onset of posttraumatic acute subdural hematoma after mild head injury with normal computed tomography: a case report and brief review.
Pathologic CT findings were classified into three groups of diseases: head trauma (patients with skull fractures, traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), traumatic intracerebral hematoma, cerebral contusions/lacerations, epidural hematoma, acute subdural hematoma or chronic/mixed subdural hematoma), acute stroke (patients with acute brain ischemia, sub-acute ischemia, non-traumatic SAH or non-traumatic intracerebral hematoma), and brain tumors.